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Weemoed   [2020]

Weemoed Released by :
Genesis Project [web], Vision

Release Date :
10 February 2020

Type :
C64 Music

User rating:*********_  9.3/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Mermaid of Genesis Project, Vision
Graphics .... Mermaid of Genesis Project, Vision

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User Comment
Submitted by Lord Crucifier on 11 February 2021
I keep coming back to this tune. Weemoed is a perfect name.
User Comment
Submitted by hedning on 11 February 2020
Raistlin: You are kicked... In the groin.
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Submitted by Raistlin on 11 February 2020
Amazing tune! Love it.

And as for the translation of the word.. I read it as "Wii-mote".. so I think you're all wrong and this is literally just a song about Nintendo's remote control-like game controller.
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Submitted by Hammerfist on 11 February 2020
What a lovely and sensitive tune!

€0,05: I’d translate it as a nostalgic sadness or melancholy myself. The sad longing for times gone.

Also, I love how music can bring out so many emotions and opinions!
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Submitted by GH on 10 February 2020
Never believed in weemoed as in Sadness only. But more like energy available at your proper Daftpunk theme... missing some Beats and Bass climax but very nice intro, a bit too much transpositions for my taste Cheers~
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Submitted by BokanoiD on 10 February 2020
@Joe, Although Matt provided the best one-word translation, you could say it's more like a fond longing to something in the past, so more something that's make you go *sigh* instead of being anywhere on the pain scale. Language is fun :))
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Submitted by Joe on 10 February 2020
@Matt: Yes, but as said. the varied grade of "sadness" dependent on culture and language. For me "Melancholy" is a French thing in time, embraced with Debussy and Ravel and some shimmering seasons of impressionist art, connected there with a very special sensitiveness. I think for all countries (since it’s an expression in so many) it differs just a bit on the level of pain.
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Submitted by Matt on 10 February 2020
@Joe: Melancholy might be the best translation for Weemoed.
Amazing tune!
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Submitted by Jammer on 10 February 2020
I expected cover of 'Lion Sleeps Tonight' but didn't leave disappointed ;)
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Submitted by Joe on 10 February 2020
Thinking about the word in Swedish "Vemod", borrowed from German language during the 1600:eds it's quite reasonable to see that little fish there rotting, the transience of the beautiful. Not sure the dutch word might be heavier? "Deep sadness"? I guess there are grades of just how deep that painful experience is connected to the word in different cultures. Nice tune indeed, very subtle and emotional.
User Comment
Submitted by Flotsam on 10 February 2020
That is the saddest fish I've ever seen. The music is almost joyful compared to the fish. Great work, plays with the minor chords inside one's soul.
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